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Bob P Pamela Anderson's Boobs - real or faked? (62* d) RE: Pamela Anderson's Boobs - real or faked? 25 Jul 01

It's not my intention to damper the humor, add thread
creap, or prolong the existance of this, but . . .
I would like to briefly comment about PA, the person
not the mystique or physique.

My 15 year old daughter and her friendes are
infatuated with fashion stuff featuring a well known
"Rabbithead" logo.

I think PA was some kind of playmate; could be wrong.

I also think her persona will live in infamey due to
some career decisions she made which became fodder for
the lowlife creeps who hang their shingles via the web.

That could also be nonsense but it's my perception.

My daughter has heard the criticisms leveled at HH
because he takes pictures of naked women; and she
and her mates reject that criticism. They think Hugh
is simply wonderful.

In short, the criticisms had the opposite affect of
what was intended (strangely identical to "just say no").

In Chicago, one of Hugh's powerbase locations, they
named a street in his honor.

Now there's no street for Steve Goodman, who's song
was important enough to recently be sung by Arlo at a
National Independence Day Celebration, but homage to
Hugh, no problem.

HH has a respectable public image, but I think what
passes for a career in PA's case should be held up to
closer scrutiny because that's really what that
goddam pajamaclad bozo is really all about.

Oh, did I say something nasty? What a shame.

That's all.

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